Cultural Survival Website

Bora Laskin Law Library Reference Services Blog

From InSite (Cornell University Law Library’s Current Awareness Service) comes news of this interesting and useful resource.

Cultural Survival

“Cultural Survival was founded to help protect the human rights, sovereignty, and autonomy of indigenous peoples, by advocating for their rights to their land, resources, languages and cultures. The work of the organization is predicated on the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.  The Cultural Survival website provides links to the knowledge and advocacy tools that indigenous communities need, as well as providing direct assistance to such groups. The Cultural Survival site also offers a comprehensive source of information for indigenous communities with links to guidebooks, laws, and reports. The website provides free digital access to the Cultural Survival Quarterly and its archive going back to the first volume from 1982. The Cultural Survival website provides a full-text searchbox and the ability to sign up for email…

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